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Summary

The 10th Brussels Wednesday Social will take place on 21 November at the Concert Noble, Brussels.

 

In cooperation with the European Movement International (EMI), EuroCommerce and Forum Europe, METRO invites you twice a year to a “Wednesday Social” in Brussels. 

 

It is free to attend this event and registration is now open. Further details on the programme and speakers will appear on this site shortly.
 
Summary
The world is experiencing increasing uncertainty, volatility, and divided societies. Institutions, principles, values, which once seemed stable, are constantly questioned and can no longer be taken for granted. Protectionism, economic nationalism, populism, and identity politics are on the rise. Many people distrust global institutions, conventional governments, international cooperation, and multinational companies. Can the European Union still fulfil its promises of freedom, democracy, peace, prosperity, and open societies in these circumstances?

 

The Brussels Wednesday Social will gather leading figures for a debate on the future role of the Union. We look forward to seeing you there!

  

 

The Brussels Wednesday Social...

 

One of our main hopes is to bring together people from different areas to hear their different perspectives and learn from each other. So your opinion is particularly interesting for us. Together with you, we want to participate actively in the political and social dialogue and to foster the debate for the prospects of Europe.

 

We cordially invite you to join in with our discussion: on site in Brussels, on METRO Digital Office Brussels or on Twitter with the hashtag #WSBRU. 

 

For more information on previous events please click here

Logistics

When

Wednesday 21 November, 2018
16.00 to 20.15

CET

 

Where

Concert Noble

Rue d’Arlon
84 Aarlenstraat
1040 Brussels

Tel: +32 2 738 75 96

venues@edificio.be

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